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Wolves In Wolves' Clothing

Fat Wreck Chords 711

Released on April 18, 2006



The recent release of the Never Trust A Hippy EP, and 2005’s NOFX 7” Of The Month Club offered just a sampling of the impending eighteen tracks that are Wolves In Wolves’ Clothing. After garnering major political press (Newsweek, CNN, NY Times, etc.) with the 2003 release of The War On Errorism, and their involvement with Punk Voter, NOFX take a seemingly less politically targeted approach with Wolves In Wolves’ Clothing. “Seemingly”, but not “actually”, as the album is filled with songs that will make you think, alongside songs that go good with drink! NOFX forge new territory on the punk rock landscape with offerings like the dub/post-punk/beatles-inspired “The Marxist Brothers”, and the new wave-inspired “Getting High On The Down Low”. With the release of their 11th studio full length, it’s clear that NOFX are not just a mainstay, but a frontrunner in the world of independent music. NOFX will take the show on the road early in 2006, followed by headlining the 2006 Van’s Warped Tour!

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 %  0%
2 USA-Holes  0%
3 Seeing Double at the Triple Rock  0%
4 We March to the Beat of Indifferent Drum  0%
5 The Marxist Brothers  0%
6 The Man I Killed  0%
7 Benny Got Blowed Up  0%
8 Leaving Jesusland  0%
9 Getting High on the Down Low  0%
10 Cool and Unusual Punishment  0%
11 Wolves in Wolves Clothing  0%
12 Cantado en Espaol  0%
13 Times F***eder  0%
14 Instant Crassic  0%
15 You Will Lose Faith  0%
16 One Celled Creature  0%
17 Door Nails  0%
18 % (Reprise)  0%
19 [Untitled Track]  0%
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Brett from Greensboro, NC 
Jun 2 2011 Rating: 5/5 Stars

good record that alot of people dont like. i like wolves whether you do or not. if you dont like it, your not a real nofx fan

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Laura from Oak Lawn, IL 
May 25 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Probably NOFX's 2nd best album, right behind So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes. Best songs are definitely "USA-Holes", "Leaving Jesusland", "60%" + "60% (Reprise)", and "The Marxist Brothers". The anti-religious undertones of the album are excellent, as more people should wake the fuck up and realize religion is a sham, and will eventually destroy us all.

Also be sure to check out their new album, Frisbee / Coaster.

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Anthony from Mastic Beach, NY 
Apr 21 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's been almost a year since I bought this album, so I figured I'd review it before it was too late. To sum it all up, it's amazing. It gave me what I was looking for in a NOFX album, while still incorporating new styles in the music ("Indifferent Drum," "One Celled Creature"). The lyrics just keep getting better, but they especially shine on "USA-holes," where the state of the nation is metaphorically compared to the sinking Titanic. People's biggest complaint seemed to be that this album had so many throwaway, filler songs. While true that some didn't seem to fit ("Cool and Unusual Punishment" comes to mind), as a whole, they weren't enough to bring down the quality of the overall album. Personally, the only thing I disliked about WIWC was the album closer. Aside from that, it made me quite happy. Album of the year, for me at least.

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Tom from Appleton, WI 
Jun 1 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

No, this one's not as good as War on Errorism was, unfortunately. It does have its moments but it also falls in a few places. If you read the lyric sheet as you listen, it will give you a few laughs and sometimes it'll make you think, but the whole album winds up being mediocore, as NoFX called it on their previous album.

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Colin from Shaker Heights, OH 
Apr 30 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Not too bad... Not their best but still has some that get ya goin'. Gotta say that my favorites are Leaving Jesusland, Seein Double at the Triple Rock, The Man I killed, Benny Got Blowed up, and USA-holes. It is good to see that they're getting out of that "War on Errorism" phase. That thing was not good at all.

ONE WARNING!!!!: WATCH OUT if you are going to buy the LP! It is not the highest quality and many of the tracks skip!!

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